'Celtic Family Please Pray For Kyle & The Whyte Family'

We are rightly very proud of our bond, we call ourselves family, we are largely brought even closer than most fans of most clubs because of the historical oppressive treatment afforded to our club, our fans, our people.
Today, it is more important than ever that the ‘Celtic Family’ pull together and in unison provide the family of young Kyle Whyte, 20, of Moray with our sincere best wishes and our full support.
For those not familiar with the young fan in question, Kyle attended the recent pre-season friendly against Ajax, in Amsterdam.
Unfortunately Kyle took unwell at the airport whilst awaiting his flight home and now is on a life support machine.
Kyle it would appear has been a very unfortunate individual health wise and most of his young life has been tarnished by the presence of a rare blood disorder.
Having had a bone marrow transplant in 2009, it was hoped that Kyle would go on to live a full and healthy life, unfortunately the recent tragedy which see’s him clinging to life in a Amsterdam hospital appears to have put paid to such an optimistic outlook.
My first hope is that he recovers quickly and is able to return home, my second is that he goes on to attend many more Celtic games as a fighting fight young man.
Kyle and his family are clearly very brave and very motivated individuals. Kyle today and for as long as is necessary will be very much in my thoughts and I will pray for him and the entire Whyte family.
I hope the Celtic Family can come together at this difficult time and express their well wishes and to pray for young Kyle.
WE ARE ALL KYLE WHYTE!!
God bless the young man.
PS. please take time to visit the site below. I had a friend, John MacMillan, who tragically died of Leukemia in his mid twenties…Anthony Nolan is a charity I have since that day been a committed supporter of, please read the information on the site and consider if you could in any way help out what is a wonderful organisation. Thanks
http://www.anthonynolan.org/
@brianbhoy07

Comments

  1. Second that brianbhoy07 – hopes and prayers with you Kyle & family
    Also back the Anthony Nolan guys – I worked as a fundraiser last year and was on the Anthony Nolan campaign – superb people who do amazing work – they deserve all the support they can get, esp as they do a lot of work the NHS can’t do

    1. Thanks for the comment Kenny.
      Yes I agree, I have been a huge supporter of Anthony Nolan and all the terrific work that they carry out for around 10 years now. A great charity and very hard-working.
      Cheers

  2. Second that brianbhoy07 – hopes and prayers with you Kyle & family
    Also back the Anthony Nolan guys – I worked as a fundraiser last year and was on the Anthony Nolan campaign – superb people who do amazing work – they deserve all the support they can get, esp as they do a lot of work the NHS can’t do

    1. Thanks for the comment Kenny.
      Yes I agree, I have been a huge supporter of Anthony Nolan and all the terrific work that they carry out for around 10 years now. A great charity and very hard-working.
      Cheers

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